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    Hi Guys,

    It's been a while since I've been on here and I'm at that stage where I'm going to be upgrading my current PC to a brand new machine.... Given things have moved on a bit (and still are) since I last bought my PC I was wondering if there's any recommendations for must have 'technology' on my new machine re. DVDFab

    I've not got an exact spec yet, however am thinking about something along the lines of -->

    Intel i7-2600 Quad Core 3.4ghz 8mb cache + HD Graphics (I would have the option of the K chip version which I think is for overclocking
    ASUS Sabertooth P67 Motherboard
    16GB Kingston Hyper X Genesis DDR3 1600Mhz RAM
    Graphics' card Undecided as yet Probably NVIDIA GEFORCE Range
    1st HDD -- INTEL 300GB 320 Series SSD
    2nd HDD -- 1.5TD Western Digital Cavier Black
    1 x 12xBlu-Ray - Rewriter
    1 x 12xBlu-Ray - ROM

    I probably want to run two monitors hence why I've not decided on Graphics card as yet.....

    Budget is not so much a problem @ this stage so please feel free to make any recommendations -- obviously if it's too much I might need to make some trade offs.

    Was thinking of MS Windows 7 -- Professional 64 bit edition

    Now are their technologies such as CUDA (sorry don't know much about this) I should be thinking about ?
    Or any must have items.... ?

    I did do a search of the forums and could not find anything specific...



  • #2
    The new Beta (v8.0.9.5) supports the Intel QuickSync for GPU acceleration and Fengtao says it is much faster than CUDA, capable of making an encode from a Blu-ray in about 30 minutes. You have a solid list there.
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    • #3
      OK sounds good -- many thanks signals